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Dominican Sisters

When Assumption High School became St. Dominic High School in 1962, the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill answered Cardinal Ritter's call to serve this new regional high school. Since that time, 30 religious sisters have served at St. Dominic. How many can you identify?

  1. Sr. Kathleen Mahon  1970-76
  2. Sr. Ann Maureen Kinsella  1966-69
  3. Sr. Ann Celestine Devereaux  1980-85
  4. Sr. Judith Maender  1976-89
  5. Sr. Adele Acton  1969-72
  6. Sr. Catherine Virginia McGuire  1962-64
  7. Sr. Barbara Paul  1970-73
  8. Sr. Patricia Dubuque  1972-95
  9. Sr. Felicitas Parker  1975-79
  10. Sr. Jeanne Margaret Stoltz  1964-09
  11. Sr. Patricia Cody  1965-70
  12. Sr. Ellen Maxwell  1962-70, 1981-90
  13. Sr. Marie Antoinette Paxhia  1968-72
  14. Sr. Lucille Collins  1962-67
  15. Sr. Carolyn Wolfbauer  1979-04
  16. Sr. Angelique Dryden  1963-73, 84-88
  17. Sr. Rose Marie Morris  1962-75
  18. Sr. Alma Maria Van Buren  1985-86
  19. Sr. Sheila McCarthy  1975-84
  20. Sr. Mary Lucy Burke  1962-88
  21. Sr. Margaret O'Driscoll  1962-79
  22. Sr. Celeste Marie Reichert  1973-82
  23. Sr. Ann Paul Mollman  1962-64
  24. Sr. Catherine Brennan  1973-83
  25. Sr. Rose Therese Musler  1964-70
  26. Sr. Mary Ann Buhr  1968-70
  27. Sr. Mary Bender, SSND  1996-2011
  28. Sr. Mary George Tivy  1969-75
  29. Sr. Thomas More Duggan  1970-87
  30. Sr. Ann Marie Santen  1979-85

Deceased – eternal rest, grant unto them, O Lord.

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The Dominican Scholarship is a need-based scholarship available to St. Dominic families. This fund honors the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill and their legacy of Catholic education.

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